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  • User Guide

    Edition: December 5, 2016

    Warning: BonusBots.com is the only legal site for buying the Shanky Technologies Bots!

    Copyright 2008-2015 Shanky Technologies www.BonusBots.com all rights reserved.

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    Table of Contents 1. First Things First ................................................................................................................................................. 4 2. Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................... 4

    2.1 Beep Feature = Fold or Beep Bot ................................................................................................................. 5 2.2 Simple Fold or Push Bot ............................................................................................................................... 7

    3. PPL for the Shanky Technologies Poker Bots .................................................................................................... 7 3.1 What about a Custom Programming Interface? ............................................................................................ 8 3.2 PPL Structure and Elements ......................................................................................................................... 8

    3.2.1 Conditions: ............................................................................................................................................. 8 3.2.2 Operators: ............................................................................................................................................. 13

    3.2.3 Actions: ................................................................................................................................................ 14 3.2.4 Custom Bet Sizing: .............................................................................................................................. 15

    3.2.5 User Defined Variables: ....................................................................................................................... 16 3.2.6 Opponent Name Variable .................................................................................................................... 18

    3.3 Writing a Custom Profile ............................................................................................................................ 20 3.3.1 Start with the Word custom on One Line............................................................................................. 20 3.3.2 Use preflop, flop, turn or river on One Line to Start for Each Betting Round .................................... 20

    3.3.3 End your code with When others + when others fold if you Want to Kill All Default Programming 21 3.3.4 Use the Word force after your Action.................................................................................................. 21

    3.3.5 Bet Size Value...................................................................................................................................... 21 3.3.6 Statements ............................................................................................................................................ 22 3.3.7 Start Multiple Lines in Statements with or or and ............................................................................... 23

    3.3.8 When Condition Without an Action .................................................................................................... 24

    3.3.9 If a Statement Contains Both and’s and or’s, Surround the or’s in Parenthesis ................................. 26 3.3.10 Code is Read in Sequential Order ...................................................................................................... 27 3.3.11 Figuring Out Your Position ............................................................................................................... 28

    3.3.12 Randomizing Actions......................................................................................................................... 29 3.3.13 Comments .......................................................................................................................................... 30 3.3.14 Customizable Time Delay.................................................................................................................. 31

    3.4 Preflop Coding ............................................................................................................................................ 32 3.4.1 Preflop Actions .................................................................................................................................... 32

    3.5 Preflop Custom Profile Code Examples ..................................................................................................... 33 3.5.1 Eliminating Hands Preflop ................................................................................................................... 33 3.5.2 Trapping in Early Position ................................................................................................................... 33

    3.5.3 Aggressive Play for Tournaments ........................................................................................................ 33

    3.5.4 Programming Fold or All-in Profiles ................................................................................................... 34

    3.5.5 Taking this one step farther .................................................................................................................. 35 3.5.6 Programming for Hand Groups ........................................................................................................... 36 3.5.7 Using the StackSize Variable for NL Games ...................................................................................... 38 3.5.8 Using % Comparators .......................................................................................................................... 38 3.5.9 Example of a Complete Preflop Fixed Limit Profile ........................................................................... 41

    3.6 Post-flop Coding ......................................................................................................................................... 47 3.6.1 Defining the Board State ...................................................................................................................... 48

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    3.6.2 Using the not Operator ......................................................................................................................... 49 3.6.3 Using the Numerical-valued Variables ................................................................................................ 50 3.6.4 Previous Betting Round Action Variables ........................................................................................... 53 3.6.5 Defining Your Hand ............................................................................................................................ 54

    3.6.6 Using Sequential Order Post-flop ........................................................................................................ 56 3.6.7 Coding for Pot Odds ............................................................................................................................ 57 3.6.8 Other Tips ............................................................................................................................................ 58 3.6.9 Example of a Post-flop NL Holdem Code ........................................................................................... 61

    3.7 De-bugging for Typos ................................................................................................................................. 63

    3.7.1 Finding the Typo so You Can Correct It ............................................................................................. 63 3.7.2 Common Typos .................................................................................................................................... 64

    Appendix 1 ............................................................................................................................................................ 65 Numeric Valued Variables:............................................................................................................................... 65 Boolean Valued Variables: ............................................................................................................................... 69

    Appendix 2: Example of an Omaha/8 profile ....................................................................................................... 79

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    1. First Things First Let’s get one thing straight: You don’t need to customize our poker bots! We are not selling a blank platform that requires programming. Our Holdem Bot is a fully functional software program that plays good poker right out of the box, and has many ready-made playing profiles targeting different game types already available. Many users have reported high final table finishes in large 300+ field MTT’s completely unassisted, including plenty of first place wins, using the basic profiles that are already av